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Updated Spin Rewriter Affiliate Program page

In anticipation of the upcoming Spin Rewriter 7.0 launch, we’ve just updated our Affiliate Program page.

Feel free to check it out — and start earning those sweet 50% recurring commissions by promoting the most advanced and best selling article spinner out there. 😉


I just posted a cool SEO guide ;)

I decided to write down a couple of cool SEO tips & tricks that have helped me tremendously in the past – and I’m quite certain that they will help you too! 😀

You can see the SEO guide here, free of charge – it’s my gift to the marketing community: 😉

Enjoy! 😀


Spin Rewriter now comes with a Free Trial!

We’ve received approximately 1.7 million emails about a Free Trial option, and how people would love to test our software first before actually purchasing it.

I think we’ve already demonstrated that basically everything we do, we do it for the good of our users. This is why we introduced a 5-Day Free Trial option a couple of minutes ago.

This way you can feel free to try out Spin Rewriter for free (no strings attached) and see if it makes your life easier. If you love it (and we’re pretty sure that you will), your subscription will be activated once the free trial runs out.

I hope you like this new “random act of coolness.” 😀


What do your visitors really want?

This is most certainly one of the biggest questions in the online business. You don’t usually come in contact with your visitors as much as you’d want, and even if you do, you don’t always ask the right questions and get the best answers. Because of all this, it can be extremely helpful to use some tools that enable you to discover some of the background of your visitors.

With Google Trends for Websites you can analyze any website’s visitors, be it your own website or your competitor’s website. You can figure out what country / region represents the largest portion of website’s visitors, what other websites those visitors like as well and what those visitors have been searching for in the past. This way you can figure out what your visitors are interested in and you can make sure that your website gives them exactly what they want.

Because of this, they’ll love you and come back for more.


$1,000,000 a year – how difficult is that, really?

If you haven’t heard of David Heinemeier Hansson yet, you should check out the presentation he gave at Startup School ’08. It’s an amazingly motivational video and it got me thinking …

If you want to earn $1,000,000 a year, you only need 2,000 subscribers for your $40-a-month service. How difficult is it really to get 2,000 users for your high quality online service? Well, 2,000 people is .00011765% of people who use the internet. In other words, you need to have one paying subscriber in every city with 850,000 residents. Seems doable? 🙂


Finding relevant keywords

It’s always more than just smart to find keywords with the biggest potential when you’re building a new online business. In short, it means that you should find keywords that accurately describe your business (your service or product), and then you should filter these keywords by the number of strong competitors and number of people who are searching for these keywords each month. You’re always looking for keywords with the lowest number of competitors and the highest number of monthly searches – and you always have to make a compromise.

But sometimes it’s difficult enough to come up with a list of potential keywords and key phrases. Many are using the AdWords External Keyword Tool. It is a great tool, but it’s not the only one out there. It’s not even the only one that was created by developers at Google. You should also check out Google Sets – it’s part of Google Labs and it will come up with a number of relevant and related keywords for your niche. Try it out. 🙂


Okay, I give up – here’s my blog!

As many of you already know, I’ve been more than active in the online business for the last couple of years (has it really been 4 years already?!), but I was always simply posting comments to existing blogs of our projects / products / services, commenting on marketing and web-dev forums, and I never had my own blog.

Over the time, there were so many fellow internet marketers asking me to start a blog to write down my thoughts and code tutorials etc. that I eventually had to give it a thought. And here it is. Aaron’s blog about internet business in general, business principles, inspiration, search engine optimization, marketing, revenue generation and LOTS of code.

I hope you like it! 😉

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